Barnton Park View
CLOSING DATE THURSDAY 15TH NOVEMBER AT NOON. HD property video available. This well proportioned first floor retirement flat is set within an established development in well maintained gardens in the extremely popular Barnton are of Edinburgh. The flat is close to a variety of local amenities, including a bank, Sainsbury local and bus routes into Edinburgh city centre. Entered via the fantastic communal atrium which is often used for social events and the hallway leads to the lift system to the first floor.
The accommodation comprises of a hall with two storage cupboards, spacious bay lounge overlooking the gardens with a door to the newly installed kitchen which has a selection of floor and wall mounted units. Integrated appliances include a four ring electric hob with an extractor hood and light, electric oven and grill, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Two double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes with mirror doors and the shower room has a walk in shower, wash hand basin with lower storage and WC.
Property benefits form double glazing and electric white meter heating and the development has the added benefit of a part-time house manager with out-of-hours 24 hour care line with pull cords and residence lounge and is managed by Hanover housing. There is also residence and visitor parking bays.EPC BAND - C
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